An ACME (LetsEncrypt) client as a shell script.
A XeTeX- and TeXLive-based self-contained, reproducible typesetting engine. Can also be used as a Rust library.
A local radio broadcast from Kishiwada, Osaka (岸和田市).
I like them because their talk radio Japanese is easy to follow and their music is just my style and mostly in Japanese as well.
Parses a subset of LaTeX into an AST and converts it into XML or any of a number of output formats (EPUB, MathML, etc.).
To be honest, I am a bit disappointed that it is necessary to use a separate tool to do this in the first place.
Say you want to write a book and publish it in both printed and ebook form and ideally also have a customizable, stylable web version of it with good navigation and accessibility, what format are you supposed to write it in if not LaTeX? DocBook? AsciiDoc? Scribble?
One interesting point: Adverse effects are significantly smaller (both in strength and frequency) in the BioNTech–Pfizer vaccine than in the Moderna vaccine; others we don’t know enough about yet.
A C library that you can use to build native binaries that are portable between Linux, macOS, various BSDs, and Windows. An impressive hack.
Generalized categorical Haskell base type classes with class constraints.
A simple systems programming language.
A terse, yet easy to follow walk through some of the higher-level GHC language extensions. Features
UndecidableInstances among others.
Integrates Rust into CMake projects. Useful for when you’ve got an existing C++ project that you want to add some Rust code to.
A small Lisp on top of Lua. Useful wherever Lua is used to script things.
A binary cache for Nix builds. Makes use of Nix’s reproducible and pure nature to share build artifacts between yourself and your colleagues and even your CI, too.
Easy forms for JavaFX.
Various controls and utilities for JavaFX applications.
A JavaFX theme based on Microsoft’s Metro design (or Fluent Design System as they call it nowadays).
If you plan to check out the GitHub repo, note that you have to switch to the
11 branch unless you are still on Java 8.
UI controls for JavaFX.
A Raspberry Pi I/O library for Java.
For when your JBoss application has to tap GPIO pins.
Static pods are pods that are not managed by an API server, but directly by a Kubelet (the thing that represents a node in a Kubernetes cluster). They are used to run the Kubernetes control plane in
kubeadm-managed clusters and to run pods on devices that may not be connected to an API server at all times, such as IoT devices.
The Kubelet mirrors static pods as mirror pods on the API server when one is available. That’s why you can see control plane pods in the
kube-system namespace if you are on a
kubeadm-managed cluster. You cannot, however, use the mirror pods to control the life cycle of the mirrored static pods – they are really just mirror images of the real things, which the cluster has no control over.
Type-safe, LINQ-style queries for JPA. A nice alternative to the JPA Criteria API.
Now GraalVM is truly Enterprise.